What Are We “Fastening” Ourselves To?

One late morning, as other late mornings before me, I made coffee for my husband and myself. After bringing him his cup, I settled down in the kitchen with my Bible and began to do my daily reading for that day. An hour or so later, my husband enters the kitchen, "My coffee is cold," … Continue reading What Are We “Fastening” Ourselves To?

We Cannot Be A “Good” Person

What makes someone corrupt and what makes someone not corrupt? Today's reading shows us just why we need Jesus in our lives, and that by our own merit, we are not good. Several connections to the book of Romans appear today, which I'm excited about, and I hope you enjoy it, too! Before Continuing, Look … Continue reading We Cannot Be A “Good” Person

My Journey With Christ | Christian Poem

When my mind wanders as it had before. When the whispers linger right at my heart's door.   When the floor felt like it would fall beneath me. When my world shattered You were there for me.   You stood by when the witches appeared. You heard my cries when I was torn down inside. … Continue reading My Journey With Christ | Christian Poem

Why Are We Fearful When We Have The Lord?

In the midst of COVID-19, these chapters today are such a reminder that God is bigger than what we fear and what is in the world. As today is a day we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus may we be reminded that our strength is in Christ. Today's Reading: Chapter 11, 12, and 13Β  Chapter … Continue reading Why Are We Fearful When We Have The Lord?

My Mom Taught Me The Resurrection Using Cookies

Recently, I have been reflecting on something my mom used to do when I was little. The night before Easter she would illustrate Jesus' arrest, flogging, dying on the cross, and His resurrection with cookies. I don't actually have many memories regarding the process of making the cookies. But I do have some glimpses of … Continue reading My Mom Taught Me The Resurrection Using Cookies

2020’s Scripture For Inside Cup & Its Connection To What’s Happening

Clarification- I am not saying God inspired me, told me, or gave me personally this scripture. I like picking scripture and was grateful to find this. I have a few posts I've been meaning to reflect on regarding last year (is it too late now?). One of them relates to the monthly scriptures I picked … Continue reading 2020’s Scripture For Inside Cup & Its Connection To What’s Happening

Hidden Pride (My Struggle With Validation)

Validation. It's a struggle I've had since a preteen. When I had little self-esteem in myself feeling validated felt REALLY good. Praise. Admiration. You name it. Pride & Humility Unfortunately feeling validated doesn't give us self-esteem or confidence. We are always going to want more. As I slowly began to gain my self-esteem back and … Continue reading Hidden Pride (My Struggle With Validation)

Cry Out For Jesus In This Weary World

Sheltered in place. Windows are locked. Car keys on hook. Closed in.   Yet, in the stillness thoughts race. In the quiet, fear screams.   Some wonder where You are. Some think this is Your judgment. Some think conspiracy. Some ask why.   My eyes fail from searching Your word, saying, "When will You comfort … Continue reading Cry Out For Jesus In This Weary World

Desperate For Christ (Benefits Of Weakness)

How in the middle of storms can we sleep through the thunder? When everyone is struggling around us how do we have peace? In times of desperation, how do we turn toΒ  Jesus Christ? This is following yesterday's post- Desperate For Toilet Paper (Reckless Love Of God?)Β  I was inspired to write about desperation after … Continue reading Desperate For Christ (Benefits Of Weakness)

We Are Like Bread Dough & God Is The Kneader

It's probably helpful to note that I am NOT the best when it comes to making bread dough. In fact, it is STILL a learning process for me. I attempted a few times last year and just gave up because I didn't want to waste more flour and supplies. This year I decided to make … Continue reading We Are Like Bread Dough & God Is The Kneader